The role of agriculture and forestry in a carbon-reduced economy, community wind, sustainability and the development of woody biomass are the primary topics of discussion to be taken up when the National 25x'25 Alliance brings its 5th National Renewable Energy Summit back to Washington, DC March 31-April 2.
Organized by the Illinois Wind Working Group, this conference is designed to provide timely information about commercial-scale wind energy production to local government officials, the legal community and landowners. Agenda topics include:
- Duties of County Boards and Zoning Boards Regarding Wind Developments
- Taxation of Wind Farms
- Wind Opposition: Facts, Myths and Solutions
The conference will be held February 4, 2009 at the Hotel Pere Marquette in Peoria, Illinois.
Hear from the contractors that are providing O&M services to onshore wind farms and learn from the experience skills and service the oil and gas industry has developed in order to tackle offshore O&M.
Sessions will offer practical advice on the challenges you face, with focused coverage of manufacturers' approaches to O&M, latest academic research and software, onshore and offshore challenges covered separately and more:
Due to increasing interest in renewable energy and residential-sized wind turbines, this three-day workshop is being offered to provide an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of small wind project development. The timeliness of this workshop complements the growing demand and interest in renewable energy.
Sponsored by the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) and their partners, this conference is for everyone interested in being a part of Minnesota's clean energy future - farmers, utility representatives, school staff, local officials, students, business owners and members of any community. It's an excellent opportunity to learn what people are doing across the state on energy issues, and to connect and share resources.
Come learn about Oklahoma’s wind energy successes, energy policy developments, technology advancements, and what steps and actions are required to expand our state’s wind energy contribution to America’s energy mix. Featuring special keynote addresses by wind energy advocate T. Boone Pickens and Mark Tercek, CEO of The Nature Conservancy.
This exciting event will include timely seminars about wind energy growth for Oklahoma and America, including discussions about finance, resource assessment, policy, infrastructure, and other key issues, including:
MN Powershift is an inter-generational, participatory conference on climate, energy, sustainable development, and social justice. It will integrate community building and organizing with art, music, creative writing, political action, skills trainings, and open dialouge about the most pressing issues of our time.
You've heard how some areas of our country are putting wind to work, creating a more viable energy source for their communities. Now you can learn about the challenges and opportunities of using wind energy in our area.
A new profitable crop is emerging in the heartland: renewable energy from wind farms and biomass developments.
Join energy attorneys, developers, renewable energy experts, county officials, landowners, and engineers at the 2009 Wind Energy Institute.
A nationally-recognized faculty—drawn from attorneys, developers, engineers, and key Texas policymakers—will provide you with the latest technological, business, and legal information regarding wind development. Topics include emerging issues, market conditions, CREZ developments, dispatch priority, citing issues, and more.
Venue: Austin Convention Center; Austin, TX